Helping Hand of Spicewood is currently offering outside service only to clients seeking emergency food assistance.
Clients should park in the parking area and remain in their car. A volunteer will go to their car and provide one or two bags of pre-packed food items. We are taking these measures to protect the safety of both clients and volunteers. We will follow these measures as long as Health Departments restrict gatherings to less than 50 people.
Since 2007 Helping Hand of Spicewood has served families in need in the Spicewood area.
We are a faith-based ministry helping persons in the Spicewood area who are suffering through a crisis in their life.
Our goal is to help them navigate through this period of crisis with dignity and pride.
From time to time we have clients that are in need of major renovations or assistance with housing. If your organization is looking for a project to help a family in danger of becoming homeless, contact us.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve the quality of life for those in need in Spicewood. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
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